A Westland, Mich., man used his privately owned firearm to protect himself from three men who broke into his home on Thursday morning.
According to local media reports, the man told police that the men forced their way into his home, so he shot one of them. In the melee, the resident was shot in the leg.
The wounded intruder and his accomplice fled the home, but were later located at a nearby hospital. According to Westland Police, the injured intruder was pronounced dead at the hospital, and the two men who were with him were placed under arrest for home invasion. The resident was also hospitalized.
Anti-Freedom Bill Scheduled To Be Heard In N.J. Assembly Committee
This Thursday, the New Jersey Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee will hear Assembly Concurrent Resolution 175/Senate Concurrent Resolution 101, designed to block the governor’s executive action on the incremental improvements to the state’s concealed-carry standard.
NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action and the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) vigorously supported New Jersey’s right to self-defense by testifying against ACR 175/SCR 101 at the beginning of May. However, SCR 101 passed the Senate and has now been scheduled to be heard next week.
Anti-gun lawmakers, led by Democrat Sen. Loretta Weinberg, have been crystal clear that they oppose self-defense for ordinary citizens. More importantly, they completely oppose concealed carry in New Jersey.
Use Your Power!
NRA-ILA encourages New Jersey residents who care about the right to keep and bear arms to contact members of the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee and ask them to oppose ACR 175/SCR 101 byclicking here.